Department of Sciences and Forestry

BACHELOR (LICENSE)

COOPERATIVE ENGINEERING WOOD (B. ENG.)

Goal

By choosing this B.Eng., you will have the knowledge to optimize and improve wood products such as building materials that are used, among others, to design green buildings. You will participate in the design of useful wood engineering products daily (frames, floors, furniture, doors, windows, wood composites) or to the implementation of innovative applications of wood as energy sources or green products biorefinery.

You will study mechanics, technical drawing, structure and chemistry of the wood framing, adhesives, methods of drying and processing of wood and industrial engineering. You will also learn skills in product marketing. With ultra-modern laboratories, a team of experts and industry internships, you will enjoy an innovative practice-oriented training.

Ability

Have an innovative spirit and love solving problems.

Have a sense of initiative.

Have good adaptability, analysis and synthesis.

Being able to exercise leadership.

Enjoy working in the factory and laboratory.

Love wood, engineering and the environment.

Opportunity

You will be a sought engineer in an evolving sector. The placement rate for graduates is excellent. The use of wood in construction, creating new engineered wood products, optimization and design of products made from this green material require engineering expertise of the wood. This program is co-operative, that is to say, work-study, its graduates often have secured a job even before graduation.

Moreover, as the construction of green buildings, green energy production and valorisation of forest removed for pharmaceuticals, food and cosmetics experiencing significant growth, you will have to face new challenges and to work with various professionals such as civil engineers, mechanical engineers, architects or chemical engineers. You will apply the principles of sustainable engineering while contributing to the development of the Quebec economy.

Professions

Wood Engineering

Forest Engineer

Foreman production and quality

Process Engineer

Project Engineer – Product Development

Employers

Companies of prefabricated houses

Engineering consulting firms

Research community

Sawmills

Panel manufacturing plants

Manufacturing plants of wood floors, furniture, doors and windows

CONTINUATION OF STUDIES FOR GRADUATE

This bachelor provides access to graduate studies in wood science, particularly in the following disciplines: Knowledge of the fundamental properties of timber, mechanical, chemical and biological transformations of timber, current and potential uses of the resource the prospect of a competitive economy.

CONDITIONS OF ADMISSION

All requirements must be met when undertaking the program.

The applicant must meet the following conditions:

Be 18 years or older.

Hold a high school diploma (Bac II) or its equivalent.

Having left school early.

Applicants presenting a combination of education and relevant experience deemed equivalent to that required of the holder applicant may be eligible as a result of the analysis of the file.

The program is limited enrollment, the number of places is very limited.

Selection criteria

The application is analyzed on the basis of the quality of academic record.

Laptop

In undertaking its program, the student must acquire, from the first session, a portable computer equipped with a number of software, allowing the applicant to undertake the course of his research. Proficiency in basic computer functions and common software is essential. Introductory courses to specialized software are offered outside the program.

Knowledge of French

The student admitted to wood engineering départenment must comply with the provisions relating to the implementation of the policy on the use of French at the University GOC

Non-francophone candidate

The candidate whose language of instruction in primary and secondary education is not the French must demonstrate a minimum level of knowledge of the French language. His skills in written French will be assessed on arrival and, where applicable, a patch French courses could be added to its journey.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE

GRADE

Bachelor (Licence) in Genie Wood (B. ENG.)

 

*This page presents the official version of the program. The University G.O.C. reserves the right to change the content without notice.

EHE – studies off-campus

EHE1GBO Studies – International profile – Cooperative Bachelor of Engineering Wood

TRACKING PROGRAM (120 credits)

ENGINEERING WOOD (95 CREDITS)

GMC-1000: Design for Engineers (3 credits)

Description

Computer graphics. 3D solid modeling, variational and parametric. Elements of technical drawing. 2D Modeling: orthogonal projections, multi-view drawings, isometric drawing, cuts and sections. Listing. Schematic representations. Blueprint reading. Descriptive Geometry. Problems of right and plan. Introduction to assemblies.

GSC-1000: Design Methodology in Engineering (3 credits)

Description

This course allows the student, met a team of six or seven members, acquire and perfect, realizing a design project, working in team skills, management of project engineering and communication. The student must write technical reports and prepare and provide technical conferences. It also develops critical thinking and sense of responsibility. Finally, the course uses all fields of application engineering.

MAT-1900: Engineering Mathematics I (3 credits)

Description

Functions of several variables calculus: theory and applications. Complex numbers; polynomials. Differential equations of the first order and first degree; numerical methods. Second order differential equations of special types. Linear differential equations of order n with constant coefficients. Systems of differential equations. Applications.

PHY-1910: Wood Physics (3 credits)

Description

Preliminary knowledge. Density. Humidity and hygroscopic behavior. Porosity, permeability and fluid flow, diffusion of moisture. Thermal and calorific properties. Electrical properties. Acoustic properties. Laboratories on the main physical characteristics of wood and wood products.

OLS-4000: Anatomy and wood structure (3 credits)

Description

The basics of the physiology of the tree, the cambium activity and their impact on growth and morphology of the stem. Macroscopic and microscopic descriptions of the main commercial timber. Ultrastructure of the wood membrane. Structural variability of wood. Relations between the wood structure and its fundamental properties and employment. Portrait of forest management in Haiti, silvicultural practices and their impact on the quality of wood supplies. Tree Identification Laboratory, logs and wood (macroscopic and microscopic scales).

CHM-1900: Physical chemistry applied to wood (3 credits)

Description

Relationship between the electronic configuration and physicochemical properties of the elements. Concept of the chemical bond in the wave model. Hybridization of atomic orbitals and molecular geometry. Single bonds, multiples, aromaticity and resonance. Introduction to Organic Chemistry. Physicochemical properties of alcohols, phenols, ethers, aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids and their derivatives. Notions of stereochemistry. Examples of parent compounds of wood. The acid-base equilibria. Application for organic compounds. Buffer solutions. Properties saline solutions: hydrolysis. Calculation and pH measurement. Redox. Standard potentials and spontaneous reactions. Examples of applications in wood processing. Laboratories: redox; complexometry; electrochemistry; viscosimetry and tensiometry; polarimetry.

IFT-1903 Computer Engineering (3 credits)

Description

Approach problem solving in engineering. Elements of algorithms required for the resolution of proposed problems. Verifications and validations of responses software used. Introduction to software Maple and Matlab for symbolic calculations for numerical calculations.

MAT-1910: Engineering Mathematics II (3 credits)

Description

Simple integrals, formal and numerical computation. Multiple integrals, curvilinear coordinates, applications. Calculation of vector fields. Integrals on curves and surfaces: applications, traffic, work, flux. Fundamental theorems: Stokes, Gauss; applications to physics.

SBO-1002: Sawing and filing wood (3 credits)

Description

Importance of the lumber industry, sawing patterns of softwood and hardwood, basic operations in a sawmill (storage and classification of beads, cutting, debarking, sawing first, second breakdown (slitting), edging, trimming, sorting and grading , drying and planing), used equipment, products of sawing performance. Measurement and classification of balls (softwood and hardwood), measurement and classification of sawn wood (softwood and hardwood), mechanical classification.

STT-1900: Statistical Methods for Engineers (3 credits)

Description

Probability theory. Act normal. Descriptive statistics. Échantillonnales laws. Point estimation and confidence interval. Hypothesis testing. Analysis of variance: one-factor experiments, in blocks, several factors and factorial. Simple and multiple linear regression.

GMC-1001: Static rigid body (3 credits)

Description

Statics of solid bodies. Concept of force. Force systems: fundamental laws of balance in the plane and in space. Vector methods. Mesh, frames and machines. Application to simple mechanisms. Center of mass. Beams and cables. Coulomb friction and slippage. Virtual work.

GML-1001: Materials Engineering (3 credits)

Description

Materials characterization methods. Cohesion and strength of materials. Atomic architecture. Materials under stress. Behavior of mixtures. Mechanical, thermal, electrical and magnetic. Metals and metal alloys, polymers, composites, wood and concrete. Degradation of materials.

OLS-2010: Wood Mechanics (3 credits)

Description

Static concepts and material strength (strength and displacements, stresses and deformations, strength and stiffness, ductility and fragility, resilience and tenacity, etc.) and application of these concepts to wood and wood based products. Anisotropy, viscoelastic properties of wood and influence of the environment and time on mechanical behavior of wood. Testing standards for wood products to evaluate the mechanical performance of wood by various stress types in the laboratory. Communication experimental results as technical reports.

STT-2900: Quality Control and Industrial Statistics (3 credits)

Description

General concepts of quality control. Statistics used in quality control, measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion, frequency distribution, sampling. Continuous quality control (control charts by measures, attribute), batch (acceptance sampling extent, attribute). Useful industry statistics: hypothesis testing difference between two means, proportions and variances, ANOVA, regression and correlation.

CHM-2900: Wood Chemistry (3 credits)

Description

Chemical composition of wood. Structural and extracting wood components. Carbohydrate chemistry and wood polysaccharides. Microfibril cellulose and ultrastructure of the walls of the wood cells. Cellulose and chemical pulp production. The cellulose derivatives of practical interest. Hemicelluloses normal wood and compression wood. Cinnamic alcohol: the precursors of lignin. The different types of lignin. Selected examples of extractable timber. Relations between wood properties and the chemical constituents of wood. Laboratories on qualitative determinations of the main chemical constituents of wood.

FOR-1004: Forest Operations I (3 credits)

Description

Definition evolution of forestry operations. Statistics. Planning. Harvest, transport strain at the plant. Infrastructure: road and camp. Working conditions, work, industrial relations, health and safety, training, ergonomics, compensation, organizational structure. Particular importance will be given to the practicality of forest operations: productivity, production costs and environmental standards.

GCH-1001: Thermodynamics of Chemical Engineering I (3 credits)

Description

The first law of thermodynamics and other basic concepts. Volumetric properties of pure fluids. Heating effects. The second law of thermodynamics. Thermodynamic properties of fluids. Applications of thermodynamics to flow with certain processes. Thermal machines. Refrigeration and liquefaction.

GCH-1002: Fluid Mechanics (3 credits)

Description

Viscosity. Newton’s law. Exchange equations for isothermal systems continuity, motion (Navier-Stokes, Euler), mechanical energy. Applications: laminar and turbulent flow. Velocity distribution. Dimensional analysis. Current features and potential functions. Coefficient of transfer of momentum. Macroscopic material balances, momentum of mechanical energy. Applications. Pipe networks. Measuring flow rates. Overview of pumps.

OLS-3000: Carpentry I (3 credits)

Description

Preliminary knowledge: structural forms, physical and mechanical properties of wood, wood products used in carpentry, limit states. Design calculations structural members to CSA O86: objectives and requirements, loads and load combinations, bent elements in solid wood and glulam, supports, compression members, tension members, elements suffered as combined loads, assemblies (nails, bolts, etc.).

CHM-2901: Adhesives for wood I (3 credits)

Description

The polymers and their properties. The adhesives of natural origin. The amino resins and phenolic resins. Origin and economy of raw materials. Isocyanates and polyurethanes. Other adhesives. The impregnation of wood by means of polymers. Paints and surface coatings. The oil paintings and water. VOC. Physical chemistry of surfaces and theory of membership.

GMC-3009: Project Management in Engineering (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to make the student independent in the performance of the management of engineering projects, that is to say starting, planning, programming, control, monitoring and closure of projects. This includes risk management and change.

GMC-3011: Production Systems (3 credits)

Description

Production systems: history, characteristics and methods of analysis. Methods and models of operations research. Duality theory and sensitivity analysis. Transportation problems and assignment. Graph Theory and networks. The design of a production system, analysis of product, process and capacity: methods and economic analysis. The location, design and handling. Operational management: forecasts of demand; inventory management, deterministic and stochastic models; inventory control. Traditional planning methods. Technical scheduling and production control. System reliability. Maintainability and preventive replacement concepts. The human factor and ergonomics.

OLS-2006: Particle boards (3 credits)

Description

Chipboard history, raw material, setting particles, drying and sieving, adhesives and bonding, felting, pressing, finishing and implementation. Fiberboard history, raw material, manufacturing, technical and economic comparisons of the various methods, considerations on the physico-mechanical properties, implementation. Evaluation of physico-mechanical properties laboratory and others.

OLS-2011: Machining I (3 credits)

Description

Characteristics and elementary action tools. Cutaways and ways of working. Sawing. Currying. Manufacture and veneers. Preparation of assemblies. Hobbing and shaping. Scraping and sanding. Combined machines. Special machines. Accident prevention. Study machining methods and tools behavior. Consumed energy and cut quality. Standards and machining production methods.

SBO-2050 Drying and Preservation I (3 credits)

Description

Preliminary knowledge: ideal gas properties; properties of the moist air and water vapor; psychrometric relations. Wood drying: effects of physico-mechanical properties of wood in its ability to dry; wood-water-atmosphere relations; mass transfer and heat in wood drying; kinetics of drying; drying processes and equipment; aeraulics dryers; drying development strategies; Driving drying; defects drying and prevention; calculation of the energy balance; evaluation of drying quality. Preservation of wood: green wood deteriorating agents and wood used; preservatives; preservation processes and equipment; evaluation of the quality of treatment; curative treatments wooden service; recycling of treated wood. Laboratories on the natural durability of wood, the ability of wood to pressure treatment, artificial drying at medium and high temperatures, drying under vacuum.

OLS-3014: Materials of cellulosic fibers (3 credits)

Description

And historical importance of papermaking. Description of processing methods and mechanical pulp from chips and wood logs. Chemical pulp: kraft, sulfite and Organosolv. Setting kraft chemical pulp technology. Laboratory manufacture of kraft pulp and determining its indices (kappa number and rate holocellulose). Technological operations involved in pulping (debarking, screening, washing, spinning). Mechanical pulp mill and refinery (TMP). Bleaching of chemical and mechanical pulps and the environment. Elements papermaking and paper. Characterization (BOD, COD, toxicity etc.) and wastewater treatment. Integrated biorefinery concept. New applications of cellulose (microcrystalline cellulose, nanocellulose), hemicellulose and lignin in the materials sector.

OLS-3010 Preparation of project graduation (0 credit)

Description

As part of this preparatory course to Project Graduation (SBO-3005), a team of two or three students chose a topic, a director, and at least two other supervisors members and its project structure taking into account the integrator part of end study project as well as qualities that will be assessed by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board of Engineering programs (CEAB) in the graduation project.

ECN-2901: Economic Analysis in Engineering (3 credits)

Description

Economic engineering allows decision making, regarding the operations, and solving specific problems. It allows to choose among several options, the one that is the most profitable economically. It is intimately linked to Microeconomics. The primary objective of this course is to transmit to the engineering student several principles and methods of economic analysis in the perspective of an engineering project. The course covers the following concepts: the time value of money, cash flow analysis, comparison of opportunities, issues associated with certain methods of analysis, methods of depreciation, replacement analysis, taxation, the cost of capital and cash flow after tax, inflation and uncertainty, decision making.

FOR-2015: Haiti Forest Issues (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to policy analysis and decision making in public administration. Description and study of Haiti’s forests. Development of forestry problems of Haiti according to axes economic, social, cultural and environmental. Inserting the Haitian forestry in a global perspective. Exploration of the multidimensional nature of the forest. Understanding of the ethical foundations of forest practice in Haiti.

PHI-3900: Ethics and Professionalism (3 credits)

Description

Professionals today are faced with situations that require ethical skills and knowledge that go beyond technical knowledge specific to their area of expertise. On the one hand, professionalization is a changing phenomenon, which requires a reflection on the meaning of work and more specifically on professionalism. Furthermore, although the professional practice is regulated by a code of ethics, the professional is asked to have a sense of ethical responsibility. Through case studies and analysis of the various issues related to professionalism, the course offers an ethical reflection on professional practice and the conditions in which this practice occurs.

OLS-3002: Products remanufacturing I (3 credits)

Description

Design and manufacture of secondary processing products: engineered wood, furniture components, roof trusses, wood flooring, doors and windows, furniture and wood working, etc. Marketing Basics: competitive products, marketing, pricing.

OLS-3005: Graduation Project (3 credits)

Description

Students must achieve a design project that integrates the knowledge acquired in natural science and engineering and applied engineering project management concepts taking into account economic, environmental and social impacts. The graduation project is used to evaluate how final the following competencies: design, use of engineering tools, individual and team work, communication, economics and project management. The project is carried out in teams of two or three students. It is supervised by a committee of three members, including the main supervisor (teacher), written in the form of technical report and argued before this committee to end.

OLS-3006: Industrial Mechanics (3 credits)

Description

Fundamentals in industrial mechanics and terminology, reading and interpretation of hydraulic plans pneumatic and electric, understanding the inner workings of mechanical systems (servo-assisted by computer, scanners, encoders, sensors, etc.) sizing and selecting these systems. Configuration timber processing factories, lockout procedure, preventive maintenance, introduction to the concepts of value added production (VAP), initiation health and safety at work.

RULE 1 - 3 SUCCEED MINIMUM TRAINING

 

OLS-1500: Cooperative Stage I (0 credit)

Description

The objective of the first co-op is to enable students to discover and learn about the industrial wood and learn to operate a kind of transformation. During his 15-week internship, the intern will have to perform the tasks required by the employer, depending on the skill of the student who has acquired general knowledge in basic sciences.

OLS-2500: Cooperative Training II (0 credit)

Description

The objective of the second co-op is to allow the student to participate in technical work under the supervision of a professional in the field, so as to put into practice the different notions he acquired during the first half of his academic background. This training includes basic knowledge of science and engineering in general and forestry. The expected duration of the course is 15 weeks.

OLS-3500: III Cooperative Internship (0 credit)

Description

The objective of the third co-op 15 weeks is to enable the student to carry out work of a basic professional level under the general supervision of a company executive. The student should involve not only the general knowledge gained general science and engineering but also special knowledge in forestry and wood science.

OLS-3501: cooperative Stage IV (0 credit)

Description

The objective of the cooperative fourth course is to enable students to participate very actively to the realization of design work and planning in the operation of a wood processing plant. His period of 15 weeks should be implemented in close collaboration with an engineer of the environment, in order to develop his judgment and sense of responsibility in the conduct of an industrial company. It should apply all the knowledge in the wood sector.

The OLS-1500 internships, OLS-2500 and OLS-3500 must be successfully completed. OLS-3501 internship is optional.

OTHER ACTIVITIES RELATED TO THE PROGRAM

JOURNEY WITHOUT CONCENTRATION (25 CREDITS)

RULE 1-16 CREDITS AMONG 17 TO

 

BCM-1900: Introduction to biochemical engineering (3 credits)

Description

Microbiology elements: cellular structures and functions, nutrition and growth, taxonomy, experimental techniques. Biochemistry elements: properties and functions of cellular components, genetics, metabolism, membrane transport. Microbial and enzyme kinetics. Microbial ecology. Industrial applications.

CHM-4300: Industrial Chemistry (3 credits)

Description

This course provides an update on key aspects of industrial chemistry. It presents current knowledge about chemical obtaining the main mineral products, metallurgical, and organic polymers. The course also covers the following topics: raw materials, research and industrial development and optimization of reactions; the world’s largest chemical industry, energy, chemical, environmental impacts and pollution control, quality control and economy of chemistry and industrial property. The student becomes aware of the processes and techniques used in the various chemical and petrochemical industries and the links between the chemical industry, the economy, energy and the environment.

GCH-2100: Biochemical Engineering II (3 credits)

Description

Overview, introduction to the practice and calculation of biological reactors. Enzymatic and cellular systems. Wine crops in fed batch and continuous. Formulation of the culture medium. Sterilization. Aeration and agitation. Instrumentation and control. Recovery of components. Standards.

GCH-2101: Industrial Sanitation (3 credits)

Description

Incurred by a group of professors (Science and Engineering) and outside speakers. It mainly covers the scientific aspects of diagnosis, prevention, assessment and control for the protection of the industrial environment. Topics include: principles and criteria for water quality, in addition to certain treatments; control of the air quality, the mining and metallurgical pollution, noise pollution and pollution of the pulp and paper industry.

GCH-2102: Industrial Wastewater Treatment (3 credits)

Description

This course provides the knowledge necessary for understanding the various wastewater treatment processes and the preliminary design of some of these processes pieces of equipment: the characteristics of industrial effluents and treatment systems; equalization, neutralization, sedimentation, coagulation, aeration and gas transfer-liquid material, principles of biological treatment, activated sludge processes, fixed biomass processes, aerated lagoons and stabilization ponds, anaerobic treatment, adsorption, ion exchangers and separation membrane, sludge treatment; tertiary treatments: ozonation, dechlorination disinfection ClO2, BrCl, UV, H2O2, advanced oxidation processes, supercritical oxidation, and oxidation catalytic reduction.

GCH-2103: Biochemical Engineering I (3 credits)

Description

Brief reminder of the theoretical and technical aspects of biochemical engineering. Description, development elements and initiation to the practice of biomolecular engineering, fermentation and cell culture. Introduction to flow cytometry. Standards biosafety and biocontainment.

GCH-3100: Prevention of air pollution (3 credits)

Description

This course allows the student to know the nature and source of pollutants, sampling and analysis techniques, the health effects of air pollutants, the chemistry of the atmosphere, the atmospheric dispersion models, legislation, dust removal techniques and equipment sizing (cyclone, electrostatic precipitator, to filter, wet media), harvesting techniques of gases and vapors and equipment sizing (condensation, adsorption, absorption with and without chemical reaction, catalytic thermal oxidation, biodegradation), the odor pollution, emission prevention strategies stationary combustion installations and the cost of pollution abatement systems.

GCI-2001 Theory of beams (3 credits)

Description

This course aims the beam considered weakly deformable solid and basic element of construction. Beam theory: nomenclature, basic assumptions; concept of internal stress, stress, static internal forces, convenient representation of internal forces functions and equivalence principle equations. Constraints, local deformations and internal potential in homogeneous or heterogeneous beams under axial force, bending moment, shear force, torque and compound efforts. Deformations of beams: Navier-Bresse formulas, integration of the charge density, or conjugated auxiliary beam, energy theorems. Elements of statically indeterminate.

GCI-2003 Structural Analysis (3 credits)

Description

Study of various types of charges may apply a structure. Deformations isostatic systems. Analysis of hyperstatic systems by various methods such as the method of decomposition and superposition, the method of rotations, the moments distribution method. Influence lines for beams and trusses. Structural analysis by means of the stiffness matrix method; stiffness matrix of a chord; the structure stiffness matrix; solution of general equations. Use of software.

GCI-2004 concrete structures (3 credits)

Description

Linear theory. Theory at break Regulation CSA A23.3. Beams, columns and slabs. Bending moment and axial force. Shear force. Calculation of arrows. Buckling. Insoles foundations. Rigid frames plans. Structures and buildings.

GCI-2007: Metal structures (3 credits)

Description

Introduction and Structural Steel calculation bases. Steel and its properties. Sizing parts in tension, compression and pure bending. Calculation of assemblages.

GCI-2011: Design of structures I (3 credits)

Description

Calculating the limit states of post and beam. Introduction to the study of second order effects in steel structures. Analysis and design of reinforced concrete slabs. Composite beams and columns. Biaxial state of stress in the posts.

GIN-3080: Dynamics of the applied control (3 credits)

Description

Models and representations of the order of a system: differential equations, transfer functions, block diagrams, Laplace transform, state variables, poles and zeros. Analysis of the time response, the frequency response and stability of simple systems: first order, second order and higher order delay. Analysis and design of control systems with roots instead of the method and the method of frequency response: Instead of Bode, Nyquist locus, instead of Black, Nyquist criterion, relative stability. Feedback control: proportional control, proportional-integral-derivative controller (PID), phase advance compensation. Other types of orders, introduction to non-linear control, linearization and introduction of the control in practice.

GMC-2007: Mechanical manufacturing (3 credits)

Description

Basic principles used by different processing methods. Machines and processes selection problems, choice of tools and operating conditions. Part design elements associated with different processes.

GMC-4200: Computer Aided Manufacturing (3 credits)

Description

Manufacturing automation. CNC machine tools: technology; machine and conversational languages; cells and applications. Robotics: robot technology; languages, Karel, robot cells, various applications. Automated manufacturing systems: automated guided vehicles, conveyors, AS / RS; design TG systems; pilot, controllers (PLCs) and languages; simulation. Integration: CAD-CAM, communications and local area networks (MAP). Economic justification. Machining laboratories MOCN, robotics for assembly, manufacturing systems controlled by PLC, as well as CAM are provided.

GMC-4250: Mechanics of composite materials (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to provide the student the means to effectively use laminated composite materials for the design of parts and structures. It mainly addresses are computational methods to analyze the mechanical behavior of laminated composites. Students are required to develop a program on Matlab or Maple for calculations of laminated plates. A demonstration in ABAQUS introduces students to the use of finite element software to analyze the behavior of a composite structure. Laboratories allow students to learn some simple manufacturing techniques and apply the theoretical knowledge acquired in progress by conducting mechanical tests.

GSO-1000: Operations and Logistics (3 credits)

Description

This course introduces the logistics function of a manufacturing organization. The content focuses on the different types of production systems, inventory management, aggregate production planning, materials planning requirements, project management, scheduling, quality management, maintenance, planning, transportation management, site selection.

GSO-2102: Demand Management and Supply (3 credits)

Description

The purpose of this course is to introduce the various components of the management based on demand and stocks (GDS) in a company. Upon completion of this course the student should be able to: use common GDS systems in the enterprise; evaluate the performance of a GDS system; to develop simple GDS systems and to identify and bring elements of solution to problems related to the GDS function.

GSO-3103 Engineering Supply Chain (3 credits)

Description

This course shows how the logistics business, that is to say the integrated management of supply, transport, production and distribution between sources of raw materials and consumers, can be used as a weapon competitive offensive that creates value. After an assessment of the new global economic environment, we show how to design high-performance production facilities and distribution networks and how to control the flow of goods in global logistics networks. We also study business networks, the capacity planning of facilities and selection of business sites. The emphasis on the international context of the engineering supply chain problems, the methodology of intervention in business and the aid decision tools available.

MQT-1101: Modelling and decision support (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to introduce students to a general and structured approach to formalize and analyze some problems in management decision. Since being introduced, it is based on a common formalism, that of linear programming, on the optimal management of resources. The last part of the course extends this framework decision in uncertainty. Many illustrations in logistics, marketing, finance and other support the course content.

MRK-3900: Marketing of Forest Products (3 credits)

Description

Fundamentals of marketing, such as analysis of potential markets, segmentation, competition. Aspects products, distribution, price and promotion. Marketing and implementation strategies. Development prospects in the major segments of the industry, such as building products, pulp and paper, and value-added products. Organization of marketing forest products in a global context of trade.

SBO-2100: Recycling wood residues (3 credits)

Description

This course covers five main themes: origin and types of recyclable forest waste (forest residues, paper, cardboard, black liquor, etc.); the impact of the residues on the environment; Technical suitable for these types of recycling; environmental, economic and social consequences of recycling of forest residues; cultural and legal aspects of recycling of forest residues.

OLS-3018: Energy recovery timber (3 credits)

Description

The wood and the environment; wood and the carbon cycle; the different routes of energy recovery: combustion (heat cogeneration), pyrolysis (coal and biofuels), gasification (biofuels); liquefaction (oil); sources of supply of raw material: forest biomass processing wastes, end of life works; heat: Fuel supply (transport, processing, storage and packaging); type and quality of fuel; calorific boiler types (domestic, institutional, commercial, industrial); heating networks; analysis of the relevance of a boiler biomass project and its design; air pollution control measures; environmental impacts.

OLS-3020: Wood Biorefinery (3 credits)

Description

This course presents the new biotechnologies carbohydrates transformation from the saccharification of lignocellulosic biomass and derived products: cellulosic ethanol, lactic acid, succinic acid and others. He is interested in design and new composite materials properties with biopolymers wood: Industrial lignins, nanocrystalline cellulose (NCC), microfibrillated, and fiber (pulp, wood, bark). It also addresses the thermochemical processing of wood (pyrolysis, torrefaction, gasification) and application derived products, extraction processes and new applications of forest extractable.

OLS-3137: Machining II (3 credits)

Description

This course especially the organization of a set of machine tools in the context of industrial production such as furniture, carpentry and wood crafted in general.

OLS-3138: Wood Composites (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to give students the basic knowledge necessary for the design of composite materials based on wood, especially on the mechanical aspects and dimensional stability. Application of computational methods developed for laminate composite materials: stress-strain relationships in linear elastic materials; prediction of mechanical properties of composites based on micromechanics; assumption of the plane stresses; stress-strain relationship of a composite in a global coordinate system; classical laminate theory; application to the laminates based on wood; Application to wood-plastic composites. The MATLAB environment is used. Fabrication and characterization of some composite wood-based laboratory.

OLS-3702: Special Projects (2 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to make a special project. This is a long process that should be a specific agreement with a teacher during the three months prior to enrollment in the course. At the end of the work, the student must provide a detailed comprehensive report. The rating is assigned by the professor concerned.

OLS-3703: Special Projects (3 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to make a special project. This is a long process that should be a specific agreement with a teacher during the three months prior to enrollment in the course. At the end of the work, the student must provide a detailed comprehensive report. The rating is assigned by the professor concerned.

OLS-3704: Special projects (4 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to make a special project. This is a long process that should be a specific agreement with a teacher during the three months prior to enrollment in the course. At the end of the work, the student must provide a detailed comprehensive report. The rating is assigned by the professor concerned.

OLS-3705: Special Projects (5 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to make a special project. This is a long process that should be a specific agreement with a teacher during the three months prior to enrollment in the course. At the end of the work, the student must provide a detailed comprehensive report. The rating is assigned by the professor concerned.

OLS-3708: long project (8 credits)

Description

Conduct a special study; it is a long process that will be subject to a special agreement with a teacher during the three months prior to enrollment in the course. At the end of the work, the student or the team will provide a detailed comprehensive report. The rating is assigned by a jury following an oral defense of the project by the students.

OLS-4005: Basic advanced wood anatomy (1 credit)

Description

Quantitative morphological analysis of the microscopic structure of wood, fiber analysis, photomicrography, densitometry. A synthesis, the subject must be discussed and approved by the teacher is required.

The GSO-1000 course is also offered in English: GSO-1100.

RULE 2-3 AMONG TO 12 CREDITS

 

Engineering

CHM-3910: Adhesives for Wood II (3 credits)

Description

Laboratory preparation of resins used industrially. Evaluation of the resin in the absence and presence of wood. Changes in manufacturing revenues based on the finished product (plywood, fiberboard, particleboard or waffles). Impregnation and polymerization techniques. Nature of the monomers and polymers: Mechanical tests of finished products.

OLS-3135: Timber frame and Laboratory II (3 credits)

Description

Using light and heavy wooden beams. Triangulated frames assembled by gluing, nailing and bolting. Theoretical calculations and practical frameworks. Use of Haiti building codes. Execution and installation of constructions. Laboratory practical work.

OLS-3136 Drying and Preservation II (3 credits)

Description

Depth study of the usual drying processes and processes with low energy consumption; calculation of the energy balance and assessment of monetary losses due to drying defects. Driving drying: control wood moisture content; choice of drying programs; packaging timber. Study special processes for impregnating wood. Natural durability tests and laboratory evaluation of the effectiveness of the preservation treatments.

OLS-3139: secondary processing products II (3 credits)

Description

Automated production control. Automatic detection of surface irregularities. Simulation techniques for the study and development of optimization systems. Automatic measuring techniques and quality improvement of products and the efficiency of conversion processes.

RULE 3 - COURSE ONE

 

Health and Safety

GMN-2901: Health and safety engineer II (2 credits)

Description

Problems of health and work safety, legislation and regulations. Accidents and occupational diseases. Elements of ergonomics and work postures. Consequences of accidents, incidents and occupational diseases. Enterprise security organization. Prevention systems. Safety assessment. WHMIS. Notions of risk. Types of exhibitions. Foundations standards. Risk assessment of dust, noise, vibration, thermal stress and lighting. Methods for measurement, control and protection, standards and regulations. Risk management. (Course duration: four hours / week for nine weeks.)

GMN-2902: Health and safety engineer III (3 credits)

Description

Problems of health and work safety, legislation and regulations. Accidents and occupational diseases. Elements of ergonomics and work postures. Consequences of accidents, incidents and occupational diseases. Enterprise security organization. Prevention systems. Safety assessment. WHMIS. Notions of risk. Types of exhibitions. Foundations standards. Risk assessment of dust, noise, vibration, thermal stress and lighting. Methods for measurement, control and protection, standards and regulations. Risk management. Special provisions and regulations for construction sites. Aggressor in construction. Signs and public safety during the construction work. Facilities of individual and collective protection. Means of access, scaffolding. Heavy machinery and motor vehicles. Prevention measures when working in trenches and excavations. (Course duration: four hours / week for 13 weeks.)

MED-1100: Health and safety: basics (3 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to introduce students to the basic concepts of the various disciplines related to the evaluation of health and safety at work and familiarize them with the means of intervention that could improve this situation. Contribution of different disciplines: industrial hygiene, industrial toxicology, epidemiology, safety, ergonomics, industrial psychology. Structures and health intervention mechanisms and safety: legislation, the CSST, the public network, unions and employers.

RULE 4 to 3 CREDITS

 

Pass the course ANL-2020 Intermediate English II. The student who demonstrates that he has acquired this level (TOEIC: 675) during the test administered by the School of Languages can choose an English graduate courses or, if it acquired the Advanced level English II ( TOEIC: 825), a course of another modern language.

RULE 5-3 AMONG CREDITS

 

Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

ANT, ARC, ARD, ARL, ART, ART, CAT, CIN, COM, DRT, EAN, ETN, FRN, GGR, HAR, HST, MUS, IHP, POL, PSY, RLT, SCR, SHR, STC, SVS, THL, THT

MERGER

BIOREFINING AND GREEN CHEMISTRY 25 CREDITS 

RULE 1-9 TO 14 AMONG CREDITS

BCM-1900: Introduction to biochemical engineering (3 credits)

Description

Microbiology elements: cellular structures and functions, nutrition and growth, taxonomy, experimental techniques. Biochemistry elements: properties and functions of cellular components, genetics, metabolism, membrane transport. Microbial and enzyme kinetics. Microbial ecology. Industrial applications.

CHM-4300: Industrial Chemistry (3 credits)

Description

This course provides an update on key aspects of industrial chemistry. It presents current knowledge about chemical obtaining the main mineral products, metallurgical, and organic polymers. The course also covers the following topics: raw materials, research and industrial development and optimization of reactions; the world’s largest chemical industry, energy, chemical, environmental impacts and pollution control, quality control and economy of chemistry and industrial property. The student becomes aware of the processes and techniques used in the various chemical and petrochemical industries and the links between the chemical industry, the economy, energy and the environment.

GCH-2100: Biochemical Engineering II (3 credits)

Description

Overview, introduction to the practice and calculation of biological reactors. Enzymatic and cellular systems. Wine crops in fed batch and continuous. Formulation of the culture medium. Sterilization. Aeration and agitation. Instrumentation and control. Recovery of components. Standards.

GCH-2101: Industrial Sanitation (3 credits)

Description

Incurred by a group of professors (Science and Engineering) and outside speakers. It mainly covers the scientific aspects of diagnosis, prevention, assessment and control for the protection of the industrial environment. Topics include: principles and criteria for water quality, in addition to certain treatments; control of the air quality, the mining and metallurgical pollution, noise pollution and pollution of the pulp and paper industry.

GCH-2102: Industrial Wastewater Treatment (3 credits)

Description

This course provides the knowledge necessary for understanding the various wastewater treatment processes and the preliminary design of some of these processes pieces of equipment: the characteristics of industrial effluents and treatment systems; equalization, neutralization, sedimentation, coagulation, aeration and gas transfer-liquid material, principles of biological treatment, activated sludge processes, fixed biomass processes, aerated lagoons and stabilization ponds, anaerobic treatment, adsorption, ion exchangers and separation membrane, sludge treatment; tertiary treatments: ozonation, dechlorination disinfection ClO2, BrCl, UV, H2O2, advanced oxidation processes, supercritical oxidation, and oxidation catalytic reduction.

GCH-2103: Biochemical Engineering I (3 credits)

Description

Brief reminder of the theoretical and technical aspects of biochemical engineering. Description, development elements and initiation to the practice of biomolecular engineering, fermentation and cell culture. Introduction to flow cytometry. Standards biosafety and biocontainment.

GCH-3100: Prevention of air pollution (3 credits)

Description

This course allows the student to know the nature and source of pollutants, sampling and analysis techniques, the health effects of air pollutants, the chemistry of the atmosphere, the atmospheric dispersion models, legislation, dust removal techniques and equipment sizing (cyclone, electrostatic precipitator, to filter, wet media), harvesting techniques of gases and vapors and equipment sizing (condensation, adsorption, absorption with and without chemical reaction, catalytic thermal oxidation, biodegradation), the odor pollution, emission prevention strategies stationary combustion installations and the cost of pollution abatement systems.

SBO-2100: Recycling wood residues (3 credits)

Description

This course covers five main themes: origin and types of recyclable forest waste (forest residues, paper, cardboard, black liquor, etc.); the impact of the residues on the environment; Technical suitable for these types of recycling; environmental, economic and social consequences of recycling of forest residues; cultural and legal aspects of recycling of forest residues.

OLS-3018: Energy recovery timber (3 credits)

Description

The wood and the environment; wood and the carbon cycle; the different routes of energy recovery: combustion (heat cogeneration), pyrolysis (coal and biofuels), gasification (biofuels); liquefaction (oil); sources of supply of raw material: forest biomass processing wastes, end of life works; heat: Fuel supply (transport, processing, storage and packaging); type and quality of fuel; calorific boiler types (domestic, institutional, commercial, industrial); heating networks; analysis of the relevance of a boiler biomass project and its design; air pollution control measures; environmental impacts.

OLS-3020: Wood Biorefinery (3 credits)

Description

This course presents the new biotechnologies carbohydrates transformation from the saccharification of lignocellulosic biomass and derived products: cellulosic ethanol, lactic acid, succinic acid and others. He is interested in design and new composite materials properties with biopolymers wood: Industrial lignins, nanocrystalline cellulose (NCC), microfibrillated, and fiber (pulp, wood, bark). It also addresses the thermochemical processing of wood (pyrolysis, torrefaction, gasification) and application derived products, extraction processes and new applications of forest extractable.

OLS-3702: Special Projects (3 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to make a special project. This is a long process that should be a specific agreement with a teacher during the three months prior to enrollment in the course. At the end of the work, the student must provide a detailed comprehensive report. The rating is assigned by the professor concerned.

OLS-3703: Special Projects (3 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to make a special project. This is a long process that should be a specific agreement with a teacher during the three months prior to enrollment in the course. At the end of the work, the student must provide a detailed comprehensive report. The rating is assigned by the professor concerned.

RULE 2-3 AMONG TO 12 CREDITS

Engineering

CHM-3910: Adhesives for Wood II (3 credits)

Description

Laboratory preparation of resins used industrially. Evaluation of the resin in the absence and presence of wood. Changes in manufacturing revenues based on the finished product (plywood, fiberboard, particleboard or waffles). Impregnation and polymerization techniques. Nature of the monomers and polymers: Mechanical tests of finished products.

OLS-3135: Timber frame and Laboratory II (3 credits)

Description

Using light and heavy wooden beams. Triangulated frames assembled by gluing, nailing and bolting. Theoretical calculations and practical frameworks. Use of Haiti building codes. Execution and installation of constructions. Laboratory practical work.

OLS-3136 Drying and Preservation II (3 credits)

Description

Depth study of the usual drying processes and processes with low energy consumption; calculation of the energy balance and assessment of monetary losses due to drying defects. Driving drying: control wood moisture content; choice of drying programs; packaging timber. Study special processes for impregnating wood. Natural durability tests and laboratory evaluation of the effectiveness of the preservation treatments.

OLS-3139: secondary processing products II (3 credits)

Description

Automated production control. Automatic detection of surface irregularities. Simulation techniques for the study and development of optimization systems. Automatic measuring techniques and quality improvement of products and the efficiency of conversion processes.

RULE 3-0 AMONG 5 TO CREDITS

 

GCI-2001 Theory of beams (3 credits)

Description

This course aims the beam considered weakly deformable solid and basic element of construction. Beam theory: nomenclature, basic assumptions; concept of internal stress, stress, static internal forces, convenient representation of internal forces functions and equivalence principle equations. Constraints, local deformations and internal potential in homogeneous or heterogeneous beams under axial force, bending moment, shear force, torque and compound efforts. Deformations of beams: Navier-Bresse formulas, integration of the charge density, or conjugated auxiliary beam, energy theorems. Elements of statically indeterminate.

GCI-2003 Structural Analysis (3 credits)

Description

Study of various types of charges may apply a structure. Deformations isostatic systems. Analysis of hyperstatic systems by various methods such as the method of decomposition and superposition, the method of rotations, the moments distribution method. Influence lines for beams and trusses. Structural analysis by means of the stiffness matrix method; stiffness matrix of a chord; the structure stiffness matrix; solution of general equations. Use of software.

GCI-2004 concrete structures (3 credits)

Description

Linear theory. Theory at break Regulation CSA A23.3. Beams, columns and slabs. Bending moment and axial force. Shear force. Calculation of arrows. Buckling. Insoles foundations. Rigid frames plans. Structures and buildings.

GCI-2007: Metal structures (3 credits)

Description

Introduction and Structural Steel calculation bases. Steel and its properties. Sizing parts in tension, compression and pure bending. Calculation of assemblages.

GCI-2011: Design of structures I (3 credits)

Description

Calculating the limit states of post and beam. Introduction to the study of second order effects in steel structures. Analysis and design of reinforced concrete slabs. Composite beams and columns. Biaxial state of stress in the posts.

GIN-3080: Dynamics of the applied control (3 credits)

Description

Models and representations of the order of a system: differential equations, transfer functions, block diagrams, Laplace transform, state variables, poles and zeros. Analysis of the time response, the frequency response and stability of simple systems: first order, second order and higher order delay. Analysis and design of control systems with roots instead of the method and the method of frequency response: Instead of Bode, Nyquist locus, instead of Black, Nyquist criterion, relative stability. Feedback control: proportional control, proportional-integral-derivative controller (PID), phase advance compensation. Other types of orders, introduction to non-linear control, linearization and introduction of the control in practice.

GMC-2007: Mechanical manufacturing (3 credits)

Description

Basic principles used by different processing methods. Machines and processes selection problems, choice of tools and operating conditions. Part design elements associated with different processes. Casting and molding to manufacture mechanical parts, working sheet metal, forming by agglomeration of particles, machining, non conventional methods (laser machining, electro), processes for the manufacture of plastic parts, ceramic and composite, grinding and finishing . Process cost analysis methods. Laboratories on different processes. Assembly techniques.

GMC-4200: Computer Aided Manufacturing (3 credits)

Description

Manufacturing automation. CNC machine tools: technology; machine and conversational languages; cells and applications. Robotics: robot technology; languages, Karel, robot cells, various applications. Automated manufacturing systems: automated guided vehicles, conveyors, AS / RS; design TG systems; pilot, controllers (PLCs) and languages; simulation. Integration: CAD-CAM, communications and local area networks (MAP). Economic justification. Machining laboratories MOCN, robotics for assembly, manufacturing systems controlled by PLC, as well as CAM are provided.

GMC-4250: Mechanics of composite materials (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to provide the student the means to effectively use laminated composite materials for the design of parts and structures. It mainly addresses are computational methods to analyze the mechanical behavior of laminated composites. Students are required to develop a program on Matlab or Maple for calculations of laminated plates. A demonstration in ABAQUS introduces students to the use of finite element software to analyze the behavior of a composite structure. Laboratories allow students to learn some simple manufacturing techniques and apply the theoretical knowledge acquired in progress by conducting mechanical tests.

GSO-1000: Operations and Logistics (3 credits)

Description

This course introduces the logistics function of a manufacturing organization. The content focuses on the different types of production systems, inventory management, aggregate production planning, materials planning requirements, project management, scheduling, quality management, maintenance, planning, transportation management, site selection.

GSO-2102: Demand Management and Supply (3 credits)

Description

The purpose of this course is to introduce the various components of the management based on demand and stocks (GDS) in a company. Upon completion of this course the student should be able to: use common GDS systems in the enterprise; evaluate the performance of a GDS system; to develop simple GDS systems and to identify and bring elements of solution to problems related to the GDS function.

GSO-3103 Engineering Supply Chain (3 credits)

Description

This course shows how the logistics business, that is to say the integrated management of supply, transport, production and distribution between sources of raw materials and consumers, can be used as a weapon competitive offensive that creates value. After an assessment of the new global economic environment, we show how to design high-performance production facilities and distribution networks and how to control the flow of goods in global logistics networks. We also study business networks, the capacity planning of facilities and selection of business sites. The emphasis on the international context of the engineering supply chain problems, the methodology of intervention in business and the aid decision tools available.

MQT-1101: Modelling and decision support (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to introduce students to a general and structured approach to formalize and analyze some problems in management decision. Since being introduced, it is based on a common formalism, that of linear programming, on the optimal management of resources. The last part of the course extends this framework decision in uncertainty. Many illustrations in logistics, marketing, finance and other support the course content.

MRK-3900: Marketing of Forest Products (3 credits)

Description

Fundamentals of marketing, such as analysis of potential markets, segmentation, competition. Aspects products, distribution, price and promotion. Marketing and implementation strategies. Development prospects in the major segments of the industry, such as building products, pulp and paper, and value-added products. Organization of marketing forest products in a global context of trade.

OLS-3137: Machining II (3 credits)

Description

This course especially the organization of a set of machine tools in the context of industrial production such as furniture, carpentry and wood crafted in general.

OLS-3138: Wood Composites (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to give students the basic knowledge necessary for the design of composite materials based on wood, especially on the mechanical aspects and dimensional stability. Application of computational methods developed for laminate composite materials: stress-strain relationships in linear elastic materials; prediction of mechanical properties of composites based on micromechanics; assumption of the plane stresses; stress-strain relationship of a composite in a global coordinate system; classical laminate theory; application to the laminates based on wood;

GCH-2100: Biochemical Engineering II (3 credits)

Description

Overview, introduction to the practice and calculation of biological reactors. Enzymatic and cellular systems. Wine crops in fed batch and continuous. Formulation of the culture medium. Sterilization. Aeration and agitation. Instrumentation and control. Recovery of components. Standards.

GCH-2103: Biochemical Engineering I (3 credits)

Description

Brief reminder of the theoretical and technical aspects of biochemical engineering. Description, development elements and initiation to the practice of biomolecular engineering, fermentation and cell culture. Introduction to flow cytometry. Standards biosafety and biocontainment.

GCH-3100: Prevention of air pollution (3 credits)

Description

This course allows the student to know the nature and source of pollutants, sampling and analysis techniques, the health effects of air pollutants, the chemistry of the atmosphere, the atmospheric dispersion models, legislation, dust removal techniques and equipment sizing (cyclone, electrostatic precipitator, to filter, wet media), harvesting techniques of gases and vapors and equipment sizing (condensation, adsorption, absorption with and without chemical reaction, catalytic thermal oxidation, biodegradation), the odor pollution, emission prevention strategies stationary combustion installations and the cost of pollution abatement systems.

GCI-2001 Theory of beams (3 credits)

Description

This course aims the beam considered weakly deformable solid and basic element of construction. Beam theory: nomenclature, basic assumptions; concept of internal stress, stress, static internal forces, convenient representation of internal forces functions and equivalence principle equations. Constraints, local deformations and internal potential in homogeneous or heterogeneous beams under axial force, bending moment, shear force, torque and compound efforts. Deformations of beams: Navier-Bresse formulas, integration of the charge density, or conjugated auxiliary beam, energy theorems. Elements of statically indeterminate.

GCI-2003 Structural Analysis (3 credits)

Description

Study of various types of charges may apply a structure. Deformations isostatic systems. Analysis of hyperstatic systems by various methods such as the method of decomposition and superposition, the method of rotations, the moments distribution method. Influence lines for beams and trusses. Structural analysis by means of the stiffness matrix method; stiffness matrix of a chord; the structure stiffness matrix; solution of general equations. Use of software.

GCI-2004 concrete structures (3 credits)

Description

Linear theory. Theory at break Regulation CSA A23.3. Beams, columns and slabs. Bending moment and axial force. Shear force. Calculation of arrows. Buckling. Insoles foundations. Rigid frames plans. Structures and buildings.

GCI-2007: Metal structures (3 credits)

Description

Introduction and Structural Steel calculation bases. Steel and its properties. Sizing parts in tension, compression and pure bending. Calculation of assemblages.

GCI-2011: Design of structures I (3 credits)

Description

Calculating the limit states of post and beam. Introduction to the study of second order effects in steel structures. Analysis and design of reinforced concrete slabs. Composite beams and columns. Biaxial state of stress in the posts.

GIN-3080: Dynamics of the applied control (3 credits)

Description

Models and representations of the order of a system: differential equations, transfer functions, block diagrams, Laplace transform, state variables, poles and zeros. Analysis of the time response, the frequency response and stability of simple systems: first order, second order and higher order delay. Analysis and design of control systems with roots instead of the method and the method of frequency response: Instead of Bode, Nyquist locus, instead of Black, Nyquist criterion, relative stability. Feedback control: proportional control, proportional-integral-derivative controller (PID), phase advance compensation. Other types of orders, introduction to non-linear control, linearization and introduction of the control in practice.

GMC-2007: Mechanical manufacturing (3 credits)

Description

Basic principles used by different processing methods. Machines and processes selection problems, choice of tools and operating conditions. Part design elements associated with different processes. Casting and molding to manufacture mechanical parts, working sheet metal, forming by agglomeration of particles, machining, non conventional methods (laser machining, electro), processes for the manufacture of plastic parts, ceramic and composite, grinding and finishing . Process cost analysis methods. Laboratories on different processes. Assembly techniques.

GMC-4200: Computer Aided Manufacturing (3 credits)

Description

Manufacturing automation. CNC machine tools: technology; machine and conversational languages; cells and applications. Robotics: robot technology; languages, Karel, robot cells, various applications. Automated manufacturing systems: automated guided vehicles, conveyors, AS / RS; design TG systems; pilot, controllers (PLCs) and languages; simulation. Integration: CAD-CAM, communications and local area networks (MAP). Economic justification. Machining laboratories MOCN, robotics for assembly, manufacturing systems controlled by PLC, as well as CAM are provided.

GMC-4250: Mechanics of composite materials (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to provide the student the means to effectively use laminated composite materials for the design of parts and structures. It mainly addresses are computational methods to analyze the mechanical behavior of laminated composites. Students are required to develop a program on Matlab or Maple for calculations of laminated plates. A demonstration in ABAQUS introduces students to the use of finite element software to analyze the behavior of a composite structure. Laboratories allow students to learn some simple manufacturing techniques and apply the theoretical knowledge acquired in progress by conducting mechanical tests.

GSO-1000: Operations and Logistics (3 credits)

Description

This course introduces the logistics function of a manufacturing organization. The content focuses on the different types of production systems, inventory management, aggregate production planning, materials planning requirements, project management, scheduling, quality management, maintenance, planning, transportation management, site selection.

GSO-2102: Demand Management and Supply (3 credits)

Description

The purpose of this course is to introduce the various components of the management based on demand and stocks (GDS) in a company. Upon completion of this course the student should be able to: use common GDS systems in the enterprise; evaluate the performance of a GDS system; to develop simple GDS systems and to identify and bring elements of solution to problems related to the GDS function.

GSO-3103 Engineering Supply Chain (3 credits)

Description

This course shows how the logistics business, that is to say the integrated management of supply, transport, production and distribution between sources of raw materials and consumers, can be used as a weapon competitive offensive that creates value. After an assessment of the new global economic environment, we show how to design high-performance production facilities and distribution networks and how to control the flow of goods in global logistics networks. We also study business networks, the capacity planning of facilities and selection of business sites. The emphasis on the international context of the engineering supply chain problems, the methodology of intervention in business and the aid decision tools available.

MQT-1101: Modelling and decision support (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to introduce students to a general and structured approach to formalize and analyze some problems in management decision. Since being introduced, it is based on a common formalism, that of linear programming, on the optimal management of resources. The last part of the course extends this framework decision in uncertainty. Many illustrations in logistics, marketing, finance and other support the course content.

MRK-3900: Marketing of Forest Products (3 credits)

Description

Fundamentals of marketing, such as analysis of potential markets, segmentation, competition. Aspects products, distribution, price and promotion. Marketing and implementation strategies. Development prospects in the major segments of the industry, such as building products, pulp and paper, and value-added products. Organization of marketing forest products in a global context of trade.

SBO-2100: Recycling wood residues (3 credits)

Description

This course covers five main themes: origin and types of recyclable forest waste (forest residues, paper, cardboard, black liquor, etc.); the impact of the residues on the environment; Technical suitable for these types of recycling; environmental, economic and social consequences of recycling of forest residues; cultural and legal aspects of recycling of forest residues.

OLS-3018: Energy recovery timber (3 credits)

Description

The wood and the environment; wood and the carbon cycle; the different routes of energy recovery: combustion (heat cogeneration), pyrolysis (coal and biofuels), gasification (biofuels); liquefaction (oil); sources of supply of raw material: forest biomass processing wastes, end of life works; heat: Fuel supply (transport, processing, storage and packaging); type and quality of fuel; calorific boiler types (domestic, institutional, commercial, industrial); heating networks; analysis of the relevance of a boiler biomass project and its design; air pollution control measures; environmental impacts.

OLS-3020: Wood Biorefinery (3 credits)

Description

This course presents the new biotechnologies carbohydrates transformation from the saccharification of lignocellulosic biomass and derived products: cellulosic ethanol, lactic acid, succinic acid and others. He is interested in design and new composite materials properties with biopolymers wood: Industrial lignins, nanocrystalline cellulose (NCC), microfibrillated, and fiber (pulp, wood, bark). It also addresses the thermochemical processing of wood (pyrolysis, torrefaction, gasification) and application derived products, extraction processes and new applications of forest extractable.

OLS-3137: Machining II (3 credits)

Description

This course especially the organization of a set of machine tools in the context of industrial production such as furniture, carpentry and wood crafted in general.

OLS-3138: Wood Composites (3 credits)

Description

This course aims to give students the basic knowledge necessary for the design of composite materials based on wood, especially on the mechanical aspects and dimensional stability. Application of computational methods developed for laminate composite materials: stress-strain relationships in linear elastic materials; prediction of mechanical properties of composites based on micromechanics; assumption of the plane stresses; stress-strain relationship of a composite in a global coordinate system; classical laminate theory; application to the laminates based on wood; Application to wood-plastic composites. The MATLAB environment is used. Fabrication and characterization of some composite wood-based laboratory.

OLS-3702: Special Projects (2 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to make a special project. This is a long process that should be a specific agreement with a teacher during the three months prior to enrollment in the course. At the end of the work, the student must provide a detailed comprehensive report. The rating is assigned by the professor concerned.

OLS-3703: Special Projects (3 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to make a special project. This is a long process that should be a specific agreement with a teacher during the three months prior to enrollment in the course. At the end of the work, the student must provide a detailed comprehensive report. The rating is assigned by the professor concerned.

OLS-3704: Special projects (4 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to make a special project. This is a long process that should be a specific agreement with a teacher during the three months prior to enrollment in the course. At the end of the work, the student must provide a detailed comprehensive report. The rating is assigned by the professor concerned.

OLS-3705: Special Projects (5 credits)

Description

The objective of this course is to make a special project. This is a long process that should be a specific agreement with a teacher during the three months prior to enrollment in the course. At the end of the work, the student must provide a detailed comprehensive report. The rating is assigned by the professor concerned.

OLS-3708: long project (8 credits)

Description

Conduct a special study; it is a long process that will be subject to a special agreement with a teacher during the three months prior to enrollment in the course. At the end of the work, the student or the team will provide a detailed comprehensive report. The rating is assigned by a jury following an oral defense of the project by the students.

OLS-4005: Basic advanced wood anatomy (1 credit)

Description

Quantitative morphological analysis of the microscopic structure of wood, fiber analysis, photomicrography, densitometry. A synthesis, the subject must be discussed and approved by the teacher is required.

The GSO-1000 course is also offered in English: GSO-1100.

RULE 4 - ONE OF COURSE

Health and Safety

CHM-3910: Adhesives for Wood II (3 credits)

Description

Laboratory preparation of resins used industrially. Evaluation of the resin in the absence and presence of wood. Changes in manufacturing revenues based on the finished product (plywood, fiberboard, particleboard or waffles). Impregnation and polymerization techniques. Nature of the monomers and polymers: Mechanical tests of finished products.

OLS-3135: Timber frame and Laboratory II (3 credits)

Description

Using light and heavy wooden beams. Triangulated frames assembled by gluing, nailing and bolting. Theoretical calculations and practical frameworks. Use of Haiti building codes. Execution and installation of constructions. Laboratory practical work.

 

SSBO-3136: drying and preservation II (3 credits)

Description

Depth study of the usual drying processes and processes with low energy consumption; calculation of the energy balance and assessment of monetary losses due to drying defects. Driving drying: control wood moisture content; choice of drying programs; packaging timber. Study special processes for impregnating wood. Natural durability tests and laboratory evaluation of the effectiveness of the preservation treatments.

 

OLS-3139: secondary processing products II (3 credits)

Description

Automated production control. Automatic detection of surface irregularities. Simulation techniques for the study and development of optimization systems. Automatic measuring techniques and quality improvement of products and the efficiency of conversion processes.

RULE 5-3 CREDITS

Pass the course ANL-2020 Intermediate English II. The student who demonstrates that he has acquired this level (TOEIC: 675) during the test administered by the School of Languages can choose an English graduate courses or, if it acquired the Advanced level English II ( TOEIC: 825), a course of another modern language.

RULE 6-3 AMONG CREDITS

Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

ANT, ARC, ARD, ARL, ART, ART, CAT, CIN, COM, DRT, EAN, ETN, FRN, GGR, HAR, HST, MUS, IHP, POL, PSY, RLT, SCR, SHR, STC, SVS, THL, THT

PROFILES OF STUDY

INTERNATIONAL PROFILE

EHE-1GBO: Studies – International profile – Cooperative Bachelor of Engineering Wood (12 to 18 credits)

Description

Activities carried out in a university abroad, under international profile, which will be equivalencies student record upon presentation of the official transcript of the activities.

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